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Diablo 3 beta live date is here – have you got an invitation?

Less than two hours ago we heard some great news, the Diablo III beta is underway, however at the moment this stage of the beta requires an invitation – to see if you are lucky to get access simply check your account (here) to see if you have been granted access to a Diablo III beta game account, alternatively if you have a beta key simply enter it over at this link to redeem the beta access. has warned people to beware of phising attempts, so if you get an email asking you to enter your key you should not click any of the links in the email – instead follow the two methods which we mentioned in the first paragraph of this post.

If you haven’t got a code yet don’t worry, Blizzard Entertainment could still be sending out invitations, also the video game developer has pledged to hand out keys via beta promotions and giveaways. We are doing our best to get hold of some codes for a giveaway – however we have not had any luck so far. If you still don’t get beta access don’t worry as the good news is that the beta is not confidential – this undoubtedly means that gaming websites and YouTube will be full to the brim with juicy Diablo 3 information and videos for your pleasure

The best way to get hold of a beta key is probably to ‘Like’ Diablo on Facebook (via this link), as we previously mentioned we are doing our best to get hold of some beta keys to give away to our loyal readers – therefore you should keep checking to see if we get hold of any! One thing to remember is the fact that Diablo 3 requires a constant internet connection.

As and when we hear of any promotions where you can get hold of beta keys we will keep you posted – have you got access to the beta? If so, are you impressed so far?

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